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Amazing Project ideas for Effective Outdoor Learning

Amazing Project ideas for Effective Outdoor Learning

This course contains inspirational outdoor learning ideas which every Early Years' Practitioner must undertake with their children to assist them in making meaningful connections with the world. The children's outdoor activities are based on real life practical experiences that replicate life in the community. This enables the children to make sense of the world around them. The projects objectives are to develop children's confidence, independence, resilience and team working skills. The practical outdoor project ideas are inspired by the author's visit to excellent kindergarten provision in China. It consists of fifteen inspirational project ideas.
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Amazing project ideas for effective Early Years Outdoor Learning Part 3

Amazing project ideas for effective Early Years Outdoor Learning Part 3

This course contains inspirational outdoor learning ideas which every Early Years' Practitioner must undertake with their children to assist them in making meaningful connections with the world. The children's outdoor activities are based on real life practical experiences that replicate life in the community. This enables the children to make sense of the world around them. The projects objectives are to develop children's confidence, independence, resilience and team working skills. The practical outdoor project ideas are inspired by the author's visit to excellent kindergarten provision in China. It consists of the following five project ideas: 1. The flowers in bloom project: The very popular ‘Florist Shop’ 2. The water project: Essential Water Purification Activity 3. The textile project: The Chinese silk Activity 4. The garage project: Quick ‘Pit Stop’ 5. The creative design project: The Fashion Designer’s Shop
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Amazing project ideas for effective Early Years' Outdoor Learning Part 1

Amazing project ideas for effective Early Years' Outdoor Learning Part 1

This course contains inspirational outdoor learning ideas which every Early Years' Practitioner must undertake with their children to assist them in making meaningful connections with the world. The children's outdoor activities are based on real life practical experiences that replicate life in the community. This enables the children to make sense of the world around them. The projects objectives are to develop children's confidence, independence, resilience and team working skills. The practical outdoor project ideas are inspired by the author's visit to excellent kindergarten provision in China. It consists of the following five project ideas: 1. Gardening project: Planting Sunflowers, Tea plants, Rice seeds 2. Painting Project: Exploring Painting Outdoors 3. The music making project: Outdoor music making and musical movement 4. The physical Activity project: Confident, Imaginative and Energetic movement 5. The paper making project: Traditional Chinese Mill
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Hats, Hats, Hats! Printable Activity - 5 Pack

Hats, Hats, Hats! Printable Activity - 5 Pack

Hats, Hats, Hats! Printable Activity - 5 Pack The PDF includes: - 5 Printable Hats in Black and White for DIY coloring: Page 10-14 - Teaching tips, activity instructions and flash cards: Pages 8-9 - 5 Printable Hats Full Color template: Page 3-7 Hats: Builder Doctor Artist Chef Firefighter Teacher Tips: -Materials: You will need to cut out the hats and adhere with Tape, Glue, or Staples. -I recommend lamination or printing on card stock paper for years of use! -Print on construction paper, have the kids color their own, or print the version in full color. -Great to include with a unit on jobs. I hope you enjoy my products. Be sure to leave a rating and follow my store, Creativeteachersabroad. Keep in touch and get more ideas by liking my Facebook page!
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Do You Want To Build A Santa?

Do You Want To Build A Santa?

Santa building activity. Get your class in the winter spirit with this DIY Santa activity. The PDF includes: -Teaching tips: Page 2 -Large full color print and build a Santa template: Pages 4-8 -Mini full color build a Santa template: Page 9 -Large black and white build a Santa template: Pages 10-14 -Mini black and white build a Santa template: Page 15 Teacher Tips: -Materials: You will need to cut out the Santa and adhere the arms, legs, head and feet. -I recommend lamination or printing on card stock paper for years of use! -Print on construction paper, have the kids color their own, or print the version in full color. -Great to include with winter lesson plans. Display on a winter bulletin board or for winter festival decor. -For a fun winter book to accompany the lesson try reading the book ‘Dream Snow’ by Eric Carle. Song to accompany the lesson: ‘Santa where are You’ by Super Simple Songs: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CXaOaz3a8Cgs I hope you enjoy my products. Be sure to leave a rating and follow my store, Creativeteachersabroad. Keep in touch and get more ideas by liking my Facebook page.
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Who question activity bundle

Who question activity bundle

Includes 4 themed 'who question' activity boards. The board include images and accompanying 'who' questions to match. Children can point or verbalize their answers using the image board. The bundle includes two people and occupation themed boards and woodland and wild animal themed board. Each 'who board' also includes a pdf where the questions are symbolized so that the children can read the questions themselves or work with a partner. To extend the activity children could be given the board and asked to create their own 'who' questions.
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Courage Assembly

Courage Assembly

Assembly on courage- based around our emergency services. I made it on PPT for use as a whole- school assembly. Suitable for all ages. Includes: slides prompt children to think about... -Naming all services -What is an emergency? (Address hoax calls here) -Prompts for what their role is? -How are they brave/show bravery? -What would we do without them? -Example of a real hero who died protecting us (was in recent news at the time) -List to scroll through showing number of men & women given their lives to help us (not to read but just to make the children understand how many service men/women make this sacrifice & to support the children's understanding of how brave they are) -prayer and candle to say prayers/thoughts for them at the end. Hope this is helpful :)
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Emotions Playdough Mats

Emotions Playdough Mats

A set of colourful playdough mats that can be used with playdough, floam or face part stones. Use the mats as they are or add the emotions cards to encourage children to discuss different emotions and make the same faces. Perfect for an 'All About Me' topic and the beginning of the school year!
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Back to School - Are You Ready?

Back to School - Are You Ready?

Back to School - Are You Ready? A great value pack of resources ideal for getting started with the new school year. Amazing value download pack! £20.50 of resources for an amazing £3.99!!! Limited download. Click on the links for further details. For other engaging resources, including full lessons, visit my shop page here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/EngageinEnglish
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Back to School  Must Haves Bundle Pack

Back to School Must Haves Bundle Pack

Back to School Must Haves Bundle Pack A great value pack of resources ideal for getting started with the new school year. Amazing value download pack! £39.20 of resources for an amazing £5.95!!! Limited download. Click on the links for further details. For other engaging resources, including full lessons, visit my shop page here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/EngageinEnglish
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A world of water

A world of water

Suitable for Key Stages 1-2, 'A world of water' explores the importance of this vital resource, takes a brief look at the water cycle, and introduces the concept of life without taps and toilets and the implications on health and livelihoods.
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